The 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks in the United States prompts AUPresses to highlight its ‘Books for Understanding’ resource.
In London, the £30,000 Women’s Prize for Fiction goes to Susanna Clarke for her second novel, the fantasy ‘Piranesi.’
German publishers say that robust ebook performance last year and this year could be impacted by state-subsidized e-lending.
The Reykjavík International Literary Festival is a biennial player in publishing focused on an immersive exchange of ideas and commentary.
The signing of the Climate Pledge this summer by Amsterdam-based Elsevier sets it on course to ‘achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2040.’
The implementation of Germany’s Copyright Knowledge Society Act is seen in a new survey to be cutting into textbook sales.
The 73rd edition of Frankfurt Book Fair will include viewing on the Agora of streamed events from Frankfurt Studio.
The Jakarta Content Week program, JakTent, is gearing up for as many as 200 sessions with 400 speakers in a hybrid format.
As much as £2.2 billion (US$3.1 billion) in revenue, the Publishers Association says, is imperiled in the UK’s copyright consultation.
Sharjah Book Authority has continued its rollout of its ‘Into Books’ campaign in world capitals: And it’s not just for kids.